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Industry Update: The Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show Recap

Raymond lee Jewelers recaps the 31st Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show 2011

Last week we gave you the break down of what to expect at the 31st Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, and today we’re thrilled to share that this show attracted thousands of attendees. Collectors, dealers, and connoisseurs from Beijing to Brussels packed the Antiques Show to purchase from the more than 550 luxury goods and antquie exhibitors.

The Palm Beach Show Group, also the producers of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, presented this four day, indoor show. In fact, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is the largest indoor antique show in the country.

According to president and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group, Scott Diament:“This year marks a milestone of record-breaking dealer participation,” said Scott Diament, president and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We completely sold all of the space in the Baltimore Convention Center.”

Thankfully, Hurricane Irene did not impede the show’s success; “Not only was ‘Irene’ storming, but the buyers were storming too,” said Gus Davis of Camilla Dietz Bergeron. “There was a lot of enthusiasm and the serious buyers really came through and bought. We had a great show.”

Exhibitors reported record sales, high profile customers, and fantastic amounts of museum-quality art sold.

In addition to the art and antiques, guests also attended the antique book fair, and the free public lecture series. These sessions featured Wendy A. Cooper, Lois F. and Henry S. McNeil senior curator of furniture at Winterthur Museum; Robert Mintz, Ph.D., associate curator of Asian art at The Walters Art Museum; and Miller Gaffney, principal of Miller Gaffney Art Advisory. Also presenting lectures were exhibiting dealers, including Jeff Bridgman of Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques; Janet Drucker of Drucker Antiques; Matthew Baer of The Ivory Tower; and Timothy Stevenson of Carlson & Stevenson Antiques and Art.

For more information on this year’s Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, as well as next year’s visit www.baltimoresummershow.com

Liz for Raymond Lee Jewelers, Trusted source for antiques and estate jewelry.

Industry Update: The Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

Today Kicks off the 31st Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show with Rapid Reporting from Raymond Lee Jewelers

This year, the Baltimore Convention Center plays host to the Baltimore Summer Antiques show. Running from today through August 28th, this show is completely sold out, making it one of the most exciting antiques show in the country.

Over 550 exhibitors from across the globe are showcasing unique and beautiful collections, in addition to a 70-dealer antiquarian book fair, making the Baltimore Summer Antique Show Maryland’s largest antiques event and the US’s largest indoor antique show.

The Baltimore Summer Antique Show

Sponsored by Antiques and Fine Art Magazine, the Baltimore Summer Antiques show is presented by The Palm Beach Show Group, producers of the Palm Beach Jewelry & Antique Show, the Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, and the Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show. This year’s show features a lecture series in addition to the more than 200,000 items on display.

the show attracts tens of thousands of knowledgeable collectors and respected dealers from around the world who travel from as far as Dubai, Brussels and Beijing to purchase from the extensive array of merchandise offered by more than 500 prominent exhibitors, many of which are the world’s foremost experts in their respective fields. The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is the largest indoor antiques show in the country, offering guests access to aisle after aisle of fine art, furniture, Asian art, American and European silver, jewelry, porcelain, glass, textiles, American folk art and more, ranging from the antiquities to the 20th century.

For more information and updates, please visit the official website of the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show.

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